Myrtle Beach, SC – Tom Rice, Republican candidate for Congress for the Seventh Congressional district in S.C., was recognized recently for his successful campaign efforts by the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC). NRCC is the official Republican organization dedicated to electing Republicans to Congress.
“I’m honored to have received this important designation from the NRCC,” said Rice. “We are delighted that our campaign is leading the field in the amount of money raised, but our success is simply a testament to individuals investing in our message of lower taxes, less government regulation, and our commitment to balancing the budget and ending out-of-control spending.”
Rice’s campaign was officially designated as “On the Radar,” the second of four steps in the NRCC’s Young Guns program, a program dedicated to promoting conservative candidates in open-seat and challenger races across the country.
“Middle-class taxpayers are tired of watching the Democrat majority spend this country deeper into recession while they have been forced to tighten their belts,” said NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions (R-TX). ” With Americans desperate for change, these 22 candidates are determined to rein in reckless spending, cut taxes and return the economy back to a state of vitality.”
Rice has visited all eight counties in the new 7th Congressional District and has built a network of supporters with his message and vision to put South Carolinians back to work and get government out of the way of small business. For more information about Rice, visit www.VoteTomRice.com